Hindi translation of crazy
crazyPowered by COBUILD /ˈkreɪzi ˈक्रेइज़ी/
Word forms: crazier, craziest
Definitions and Translations
f you describe someone or something as crazy, you think they are very foolish or strange. [informal]
⇒ Some people think I was crazy to take this job.
Derived formscrazily adverb
पागलों की तरह
⇒ Suddenly I saw a man waving crazily at us.
2. adjective after link verb
If you are crazy about something, you are very enthusiastic about it. If you are crazy about someone, you are deeply in love with them.
⇒ He is crazy about gardening. ⇒ We're crazy about each other.
3. adjective after link verb
If something makes or drives you crazy, it makes you extremely annoyed or upset.
⇒ Their endless arguing drove him crazy.
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Example Sentences Including 'crazy'
For one crazy minute I thought he was going to ask me to marry him or something.SEX (2001)
He'd end up like the girl Nick lived with, Mary, who was completely crazy.LOST SUMMER (2002)
In your shoes, I'd be going crazy , not just feeling bothered.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
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'crazy' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مَجْنُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: louco louca
- Chinese: 疯狂的
- Croatian: lud luda
- Czech: bláznivý
- Danish: skør
- Dutch: gek
- European Spanish: loco loca
- Finnish: älytön
- French: fou folle
- German: verrückt
- Greek: τρελός τρελή
- Italian: pazzo pazza
- Japanese: 無茶な
- Korean: 미친
- Norwegian: gal
- Polish: szalony szalona
- Portuguese: louco louca
- Romanian: nebun nebun, nebună, nebuni, nebune
- Russian: сумасшедший сумасшедшая
- Spanish: loco loca
- Swedish: galen galet
- Thai: บ้า
- Turkish: çılgın
- Ukrainian: божевільний
- Vietnamese: điên
Translation of crazy from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary